The Adaptive Sports Foundation (ASF) was created in 1995 by Peter M. Treacy, a disabled skier from Knowlton, Quebec. After a car accident left him an amputee, Peter dreamed of starting a ski school for children and adults with physical disabilities. He had a clear vision: To create, run and maintain educational sports programs that would encourage people with physical disabilities to discover new possibilities through winter and summer sports.

Over the past 20 years we have worked with children and adults with various physical conditions: Cerebral Palsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, amputations, and other physical disabilities. The ASF has introduced hundreds of individuals to adaptive sports, giving them opportunities to gain independence in a safe, friendly, and fun environment.

Our goal at the ASF is to make a difference. For years, our programs have helped hundreds of people with reduced mobility to change their lives. The ASF is now a leader in the field of adaptive sports education. We owe our success to the passion and dedication of our volunteers and students.



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